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THE ARIZONA1 REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1913
PAGE ELEVEN GINK AND DINK It Took More Nerve Than Gink Could Summon C olA) 1 1 T(HOKe,WEw II ' ! ' ' I Aun J ROW AE ON The') f p) r7 fTT - CUFSS - . T Vcculac p-eccec ) Ny' V y f vHAvch Ann ' ) ' C - ACA,N --Jr-j- V' , V- (chances.) - . i The The Stability of a SAYINGS ACCOUNT You need never worry about your investment when it is in the form of a savings nn-oiuit in this hank. In addition to the unquestioned safety provided, interest is ridded to your deposits at the rate of 4',. eoni pounded semi-annually. On money deposited for a speeified time interest is credited at the rate of !',. The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. Borrow Money J 10 to $100 on your salary, furniture, pianos, horses, cows, etc. Nothing re- j moved. Quick, courteous, confidential, t THE MUTUAL LOAN CO. Lewi Bldg. Central and Adams TIKMIXCTOX r Kast -!ams; TYPEWRITERS I'YPKWI'ITKR CO. nve'land ;7D. tf HATTERb 9'i HATS D. D. HORNING j d For Sale Lands In small or largi acreage. 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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. tf THE FRANKLIN Finest rooms In ! city, single or ensuite, strictly modern and high class. Centrally located. Cor. 2nd and Washington. 1-bk WHY COOK these farm days. First Ave. and Jefferson Barbecue stand has choice meats always. Phone 1349. Saves you time and money. 7bn i UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING I T " . ( T " f, T T r J i , ..-It ,mx T . X . T ' deitakers and Kmbalmers. 213 West j Washington st.. Phoenix, Arizona, tf MOHN, DRISCOLL & MAL'S-Undertakers, Kmbalmers and Funeral Directors, US North Central ave.. Phoenix, tf Auto Livery. PHOENIX TO GLOBE $11.90 via Ray Junction on Arizona. Kastern. Railroad autos meet all trains from Phoenix at Ray Junction for CJIobe :aily; leave I'noemx s a. m., arrive; Chibe fi p. ni. For further informa tion fall at or phone Hoffman Cigar Stand, tel. 1118, street number 21 North Central ave. W. P. Kelsey. Mgr., Olobe. Ariz. tf Professional and Business Cards COINO TO BUILD A cottage, bun galow or apartment? I design and build the snappy up-to-date kind. Plans specif ications estimates abso lutely free. C. W. Clark, 316 N. 5th St. Phone 2C9S. bl CHIROPODIST Corns removed, 50 cts. each; bunions, moles, warts, etc., removed by electricity. 39 East Adams FRANK SHIRLEY Phone 1704. Stables and Corrals GOOD HORSES AND RIGS For hire and for sale at Corral prices. Commercial Corral, E. . Starr & Co., Props. Phone 1703. tf (Tohn J. Jenkins (top) and James A. Ilemenway. Among the statesmen whom Mar tin M. Mulhall, confessed lobbyist of :he National Association of 'Manu facturers, declares were influenced by the N. A. M. lobby are James A ilemenway and John J... Jenkins, jilemenway is a former Indiana sen ator: Jenkins a former Wisconsin representative. Phoenix Lodge No. 2 Knights f l'ythias, meets 7:3i p. m. very 1-nday. isiting mem bers invited. '. L. MADDOX. C. C. Phone )verland St',00 V. C. l'OWELL. K. R. & S. PHOENIX LODGE so. 7'S Loyal Order of loose. Meetings every ruesday, I. C. o. I-. Ia II. Visiting broth rs invited. Walter J. layt. Dictator; Walter I. Van Tyne, Secre-ary. LOOKING AFTER SITE FOR EXPERII?iElT STATION Prof, in McOmie of Experiment Station City Making Investigation. At the last session of tare, there was attached eral a ppropri;. t ion bill, $.10,000 for the purchase pcriment farm in .Marico take the place ol pied west of the tie to a i) r a :l C 1. isla- : t he gen -j item of j new rx- i ountv to ; tlie farm row occu- I l"air ( Iroiuuls, which I wits have always made the doctor. The surgeon who I David Copperlield into the world is ! made a ridiculous person by Dickens, ! as it' it were the proper thing to j satirize a medical man even when he i was doing the sensible thing by not ! i n t ..l-CT-in irilh ri'lllltV Rllf f OI H- amples ot" downright dangerous and harmless prescription turn to the pages of I.e Sage's "Gil Bias." No doubt the author exaggerated th offtodav does not rely on drugs. Its helped jmainst ay is the laboratory, where it (traces the rise and progress or au j ments, detects tlie poisons that pur j hup humanity and devises the anti I toxins that fortify, defend and save ! human life. Uncle Dudley in Boston Glol ie. -O- COK3ET1 E.EL. NU BONE CORSET Designed and fitted according to the individual needs of the figure. Comfortable, hy gienic and stylish. Helen Jennings, 7J5 W. Washington; phone 8689. tf NOTICE TC CREDITORS Estate of Jesus M. Rivera, deceas ed. Notice is hereby given by tne undersigned Administrator of the Es tate of Jesu-s M. Rivera, deceased, to the creditors of ami all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased to exhibit them, with vouchers, within four the first publication of the said Administrator being the place for the the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. MANUEL S. RIVERA Administrator of the Estate of Je sus M. Rivera, deceased. Dated this L'Sth day of June A. D.. 191:3. the necessary months after this notice to at the same transaction of has b( p'aecr tin t'H ome too small for the demands upon it. The expenditure of money as Ui-ll as the location of farm is left lariioiv with the "Oil Bias." exa ggerated weaknesses -of ihe medical practice at that time, but some. of his sharp est satires are corroborated by actual textbooks. A wreckless writer, Montague, fre quently ridicules the physicians of his time. He quotes Aesop t cate his views of l When the patient PLAYS AND PLAYERS Mrs. Fiske wil ltour the Canadian Northwest this fall. Ured Niblo is to be seen in '"'Broad Jones" in Australia. Blanche Ring is to have a new ver sion of "When Claudia. Smiles." Eugene Walters is writing a play indi- i dealing with the white slave A farce by Edgar Selwyn called "Newly Married" was produced recent ly in Atlantic City. It tells the story of a young couple who apply for di vorce, but become reconciled and elope for a second honeymoon, pursued by their relatives and friends. o THE CHAFING DISH Antquity of This Now Popular Cook ing Utensil board of regents veisity at Tucson, ex -officio d i rectors f the state uni- J t,1:it 1 ln"-' who are also the i plied, "That of the Arizona as such will location of experimental station, and have a large s.w in ill' the new farm. The regents at the last meeting cu'ed to plan immediately for purchase of the new pine, and week A. M struetors last year periment 1 tra nsf erred Mc mie. one of tin f the station and for stationed at the local il'lll. but to a moii who was important de the this (X- lately p..si- I I l- T. r ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of George N. Gage, deceas ed. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Executor of the Estate of George N. Gage, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them. with the necessary ouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the. saKl Executor at the office of the Geo. N. Marshall Company at Fifth Avenue and Jackson Street in the Citv of Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the trans action of the business of said estate, in the said County of Maricopa, State of Arizona. JOHN DENNETT, JR. Executor of Estate of George N. Gage, deceased. Dated this 25th day of June 1913. O r IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Of Maricopa Counts, State of Ari zona. In the matter of the Estate of John B. Richardson, deceased. No tice of Hearing Petition. Notice is hereby given that C. D. Lam me, D. N. Graham and W. V Nye have filed in this Court a pur ported copy of the last will and testament of John B. Richardson to gether with the probate thereof in the Probate Court of Brown County Kansas, duly authenticated together with their petition praying that said document be admitted to probate in this court and that the same will be heard on Thursday the 10th day of July, A. D., 1913 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said Court, in the City of Phoenix, County of Maricopa State of Arizona, and all persons interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of .aiu petitioner should not be grant ed. Dated, June 27th, 1913. WM. E. THOMAS Clerk By C. F. Leornard, Deputy Clerk. -o- tedical practice. j told his physician Heine made him cold, re- j is K'"d." When the pa- tient said the same medicine made him sweat, the physician remarked. I "That is good." When it gave him dropsy, tlie physician told him that was also good. No wonder the pa tient ciied. Moliere, whose career as dramatist and tluatri'-a! manager is almost as wonderful as that of Shakespeare, having had much experience with physicians, found them go. id mate rial on which to build comedies. tion at Tucson has been in Phoenix j Hippocrates and Galen are words looking over the ground with a view j that look venerable in medical au to possible locations. j nals, but are only the names of ig Sevcral propositions have already norant men, who knew so much more been submitted, and several more are , than their contemporaries that they likely to be made known to the board were reputed to be amazingly learned, in the course of a. few weeks. The j if they were living today they location of the farm i- one of great j could be instructed by many old importance. The convenience of the , ladies who never saw a medical book. site as Well as tne quality oi i ne mhi 1 .lit ol all tile now oisi reitileo pra have a lot the farm. the soil to do with the success of It has been decided that lt;o acres will be necessary. The hoard of trade has extended its friendlv offices in receiving and trans mitting to Prof. McOmie the propo-i,,n sit ions which will in all probability be made by the residents of this section. traffic. Miss Edna Goodrich will be seen this fall in the title rede of "Evangeline." Edward Sheldon's play "Romance" will reopen in New York early in the fall. A farce called "Kiss Me Quick', by Philip Bartholomae, is to be produced in Boston. Sweet Nell of Old.Drury has been revived in London, with Julia Neilson as Nell Gwyn. "Joseph and His Brethren-", seen last season in New York, will be produced in London early in the fall. I.eila Hughes, who gained fame by j 1 her work in M y Little Friend." is to i be starred in a new light opera. i Juliette Dika. well known to patrons j tellectu: j of vaudeville, will assume the prima donna role in "The Honeymoon Ex- r ress. One of the new plays of the season will be "The Fight." written by Bay- Viellers, author of "W ithin the ard Lav.". mimon, blood- ! notorii his a nd I than from THE MEDICAL PROFESSION More optimism may be derived from studying the history of medicin. bv reading all the philosophers Plato to Emerson. The optimism which I refer to is derived, not from .l contemplation of the dark side of the medical picture, but from a contract of the black background or the past with the luminous foreground of the present. The progress made by medicine and surgery in loo years has been as great as the advance of mankind from barbarism to civilization. The prog ress made in fifty years has been almost incredible. The progress dur ing the last twenty-five years is the promise of marvels to come. nly three spare the men and l ices once flagrantly letting was the most longest persisted in. Surgeons of the sixteenth and sev enteenth centuries used the lancet the veins oj children months old. Nor did they enfeebled blood vessels of women of so. It is saiil that Patiti. a noted French practitioner, bled a 7-year-old child thirteen times in two weeks. foul ing nearer home, we ' find that when President Jackson visited Boston, being taken ill. he was bled by his physician. We have recited the foregoing facts partly to remind a worthy profes sion how dangerous a thing dogma tism is even when backed up by great names, but mostly to point out the glorious progress made by medicine and surgerv in the last quarter of a century. It is a commonplace thing) to praise surgery and slight medi- ! cine. It is no doubt true, as the j son, I and he poor Little Rich Girl", one of Xew York successes of last sea is soon to be produced in London Berlin. ! "The Headmaster," one of the plays j j to be used by Owril Maude in Americ a I next season, is by Wilfrid T. Coleby j and Edward Knoblauch. Joseph Coyne will have the leading part in the English comedy "Gene'ral John Regan," when it is produced in America next season. Sarah Truax. who retired from the stage several years ago on her mar riage, is to return this fall in "The Garden id Allah." Eariy in September George Arliss will open his fourth season in "Disrae li." After a Boston engagement he will begin a tour of the east and middle west. Philip Bartholomae, author of "Over Night." one of the best farces of rec ent years, has written a new comedy called "The Bird Cage", which will be The chafing dish is not a utensil of modern invention. Looking back ward oxer history's pages, many al lusions are made to its use. Among the ruins of Pompeii have been found bronze chafing dishes of unique de signs, and Mommsen, in his ''Romiseho Geschichte,"' asserts that in those days a well wrought cooking machine came to cost more than an estate. Bonis XV. took much delight in cooking and. according to Goncourt, often amused himself by making "quintessential stews in silver pans." The -palate of Louis XIV. was often tickled by piping hot dishes brought in on a chafing dish.." Napoleon Bonaparte, when laying down the affairs of war and enjoying home life for a short period, cooked in a silver chafing dish on omelet for the enjoyment of the empress and himself. Mme. Recamier, the beautiful and in- il society leader, used the dial ing dish, while .Mme. ue maei. me greatest woman in literary history, when exiled from her beloved France took with her the chafing dish. We of today are d-ing much to keep alive the true spirit of hospitality by bringing the chafing dish into popilar use. Woman's Home Companion. o PETRIFIED BODIES. Their Organic Materials Are Replaced by Mineral Particles. emi- I produced early in September. The pent physicians say. that few drugs j scene of the play is laid at Coronado are reallv efficacious, but medicine ! Beach. Cal. OLD CHIEF BENDER IS A STRONG CANDIDATE FOR CHALMERS TROPHY IN AMERICAN LEAGUE; IS MACK'S PITCHING MAINSTAY re-the NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Elizabeth Jane Rpps, ceased. Notice is hereby given the undersigned Administrator of Estate of Elizabeth Jane Rees to de- by the the creditors of and all persons having claims against' the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the sajd Administrator at 401 Ooodrieh Building, Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. HARRY L. SHEDD Administrator of the Estate of Eli zabeth Jane Rees, deceased. Dated this 27th dav of June A. D. 1913. ' -o- THE KING OF ALL LAXATIVES For constipation, headaches, indi gestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's isew Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo, X. Y., says they are the "KinE of all laxatives. They are a blessing to all my family and I always keep a box at home." Get a box and get well. Price 25c. Recommended by all drug gists. Advertisement. Several years ago the Chalmers Automobile Company of Detroit of fered a prize of two of their cars to those men, one in the National, one in the American, who should lead their leagues in hitting. Later the conditions of the contest were changed so as to present the cars to those men, "of the most benefit to their teams during the course of the season." Earlier in the year, the names of Walter Johnson of the Washington club and of Joe Jackson of tlie Cleveland team, were most often on the hps of American league lans, when discissions as to who should get the trophy came up. But John son is rot doing as well as he did, and Jackson is only a hitter. Now the name of Bender, the In dian twirler for the Philadelphia Athletics, is most often mentioned. Almost unaided in the box except for Eddie Plank he has maintained the Philadelphia team in the top most rank on its mad race for league honors. Mack has been pitching htm f v at least once in every three days anr. rCti each. occasion Bender has gone in I -willinj: to pitch Ma arm off if neces- ary to bring victory to his team. One year ago it was whispered about the circuit that the big Indian j "was sliding and that his days in the ; shade-of the big top were numbered. But the reason was not that his : pitching arm had lost any of its ! cunning, "nis -whip was still as re silient as a steel spring but the body ; behind it, and the mind, were rapidly ! refusing1 to do their work because of th Indian's inherent taste for the mucb.-J.oved fire-water. As a re--rolthis playing wttsjnediocre. Imm 5 --w It? In answer t the query. '"Do biolo gists or -chemists know the process f petrifaction or the reason why a hu man body or a plant in some cases takes the course of petrifaction instead of decaying?'' we would say: The process is at first one of decay slowly and replacement particle by particle of the organic material by in organic or mineral. Water holding sili ceous minerals in saturated solution is necessary, the flesh or plant disorga nizes, the carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen compounds disintegrate and escape, and the minute portion is placed by the mineral particle. shape or form of the decaying body re maining intact. Now, the carbon in the bodies does not change to siliceous minerals. It disappears in its combination with .the other elements. No element changes into another: this would be mutation. Replacement is tlie word used here. Thus analyze a petrified man or plant no organic matter can be found on ly inorganic, and this weighs far more than did the animated body. The en tire process of petrifoca tion is a mys terious work of nature. New York American. o SHOEING HORSES The art of shoeing horses tect their hold's against the hard usage was unknown Greeks and Romans and tioned in the history of to pro evils of ti the is first men the Celts as late as the fifth century. o There is not any virtue the exer cise of which even momentarily will not impress a new fairness upon features. Rusk in. the GilaValleyAuto Transfer Co's TIME TABLE via Tmp, Msa, Roosevelt A Glob Leaves Phoenix. (Commercial Hotei) 8:30 &. m. Arrivea Globe (Domlnlom HetelJ 430 p. m. Leave Globe (Dominion Hotel) 8:30 a. m. ArrlTea Phoenix (Commercial Hotel) 4: SO p. sa. Chief" Bender. WANTED Good second hand grain sacks. Phoenix Wood & Coal Co. The only Market In Phoenix r. ceiving fih fresh daily. California Fish and Oyster Market 119 N. First Ave. Overland 1109.